Andreas Hansen Le Klint 157 Lamp
  • Andreas Hansen Le Klint 157 Lamp
The lamp was designed by Andreas Hansen in 1965. Like many other LE KLINT lamps of the same period, this lamp went by another name. It was called Solomon's Seal (after the perennial Polygonatum Multiflorum). Just like Solomon's Seal flowers, the shade has fine facets and an enclosed shape, so the lamp cuts out glare and is therefore suitable for use more or less anywhere.

Material Plastic foil
Frame Incl. frame
Height 23
Diametre 30
Light Source Max. 75 W
Description Excl. elec. hang-up

Andreas Hansen

Le Klint